ammonium ion


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ammonium ion

n
(Chemistry) the ion NH4+, formed from ammonia and present in aqueous solutions of ammonia and in many salts
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Noun1.ammonium ion - the ion NH4 derived from ammonia; behaves in many respects like an alkali metal ion
ammonia - a pungent gas compounded of nitrogen and hydrogen (NH3)
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ammonium ion

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3+] complex is anionic and charge neutralization is required by quaternary ammonium ion countercation) [6-8].
According to CASTING (1998), the capacity to absorb ammonia by zeolites is mainly because of ammonium ion exchange (N[H.
210g, 1mmol) and (1g,15mmol) of ammonium ion were taken in a 50 mL round bottom flask, 5mL of glacial acetic acid was added as solvent and refluxed for 3 h.
The low urinary sodium owing to severe diarrhea allows for the coupling of urate with the abundant ammonium ion.
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was identified as charge species that responsible for ionic conduction to take place which was originated from ammonium ion, N[H.
Oxidation of several other reducing agents including oxalate, thiosulphate, Ce (IV), ammonia, ammonium ion, arsenious acid and hydrogen peroxide (House, 1962; Wilmarth and Haim, 1962) by peroxodisulphate in presence of [Ag.
Amino acids, proteins, peptides and ammonium ion are the main components of the nitrogen fraction of musts and wines.
The chemical analysis of water determined a high content of suspended substances, nutrients, ammonium ion, total nitrogen, organic matter with low degradability, total organic carbon, orthophosphates, total phosphorus, arsenic and chromium.
Also other mechanisms, like a specific effect of ammonium ion on faster and more complete herbicide absorption (Gronwald et al.